Spotify Family planned subscribers have ended the test that they are at risk of seeing their location or losing access to streaming music services. According to recent information, the company was sending e-mails to "premium for family members" customers seeking to confirm their location using GPS. The idea here is that some customers share a family plan that reduces the cost of Spotify by sharing support for plans for multiple users even though they are not linked . Spotify wanted to destroy them.
Spiegel Online and Quartz reported this news on Thursday for the first time.
Of course, as pointed out in these reports, verifying the GPS location to the user is a poor means of verification. For families, there are often members who live or work outside, such as living abroad, divorcing, divorcing parents, taking children to college, going to work, going to work or going to work. Other reasons.
But technically, this kind of situation is prohibited by Spotify's family planning conditions. In a rule, all members must share a physical address. This rule was not applied in the previous harsh way, but many people did not notice that they added a member who did not live at home and destroyed it.
Customers also suffered from the way Spotify confirms the location. Instead of entering the email address of the main account, I was asked for the exact location (GPS).
E-mail also threatened the possibility of losing access to the service because it was not possible to confirm the account in this way.
Family planning is often abused by people who use them as loopholes to pay high prices. In the case of exle, several years ago Amazon ceased to share the interests of core members. Because they were mainly shared outside the direct family. In his case he restricted sharing to the two adults who were allowed to use the file's payment card and were able to create other more restricted profiles …
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Spotify will end the tests required for subscribers in the family plan to share the location of the GPS.
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